Schenectady County, NY

SCHENECTADY COUNTY, situated in the east part of New York, and traversed by Mohawk river, and the Erie canal. Area, 200 square miles. Face of the country, hilly and broken; soil, near the Mohawk, alluvial and rich. Seat of justice, Schenectady. Pop. in 1810, 10,201; in 1820, 13,081; in 1830, 12,347; in 1840, 17,387; in 1850, 20,054. (Fanning's, 1853)
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